The Lemon Thieves

November at LOOK OUT!

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We have had a great start to our school year and already visited lots of school across Catalunya. We have been to Sant Sadurni d’Anoia, Sabadell, Hospitalet de Llobregat, Les Presses, Sant Cugat, Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Vic, Mataró, Palau-solità i Plegamans, Tordera, Badalona, Cornellà de Llobregat and Barcelona.

See below for some great feedback and our photos.

Fruity Tots

“We especially liked the vocabulary content and the audience participation during the play.”Susanna Mulet.IMG_0839


Round and Round the Garden
“They were completely amazed and motivated throughout the play. They loved the songs and the puppets.” Jessica Vilanova


Pirates for Tea
“Fabulous – the children returned to the classroom singing the the songs! We loved it!” Ruth Sale.


Stone Soup

“The background design was good and I liked the story. The characters were amazing and the interpretation was excellent.”Carme Jurado


A Monkey’s Tale

“The students and teachers have really enjoyed the play. It was fantastic!” Carmen Casermeiro


The Lemon Thieves

“My students and I liked everything. We had a great time. Awe inspiring staging. Excellent actors! Congratulations!!!” Xavier López


LOOK OUT! Theatre Company is celebrating 15 years!

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LOOK OUT! Theatre Company is celebrating it’s 15th anniversary!

We would love to come and celebrate at your school with your students.

For young learners we have three plays – one for each year of pre-school – Round and Round the Garden, Fruity Tots and Pirates for Tea.

For primary school learners we have four plays – including our Christmas play, Santa’s Pants for six to eight year olds. Stone Soup is ideal for 1st and 2nd; A Monkey’s Tale is recommended for 3rd and 4th; and The Lemon Thieves is a great show for 5th and 6th.

For older learners we have two plays. For 1st and 2nd we have Murder at Manor House which is one of our most recent plays, premiered in 2014. For 3rd and 4th we are bringing back everyone’s favourite: My Lucky Compass which was first performed on Thursday 14th September, 2000.

We work hard to always bring you shows which are fresh, entertaining and include the best of everything: from memorable characters; professional actors; music; staging, dance and audience participation; to engaging teacher and student resources .

To book a show for the year 2015-2016 or talk to us about any of our shows, call us on 615 670 877 or contact us through our website.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Experts in English Theatre

LOOK OUT! out and about in March 2014

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This month we have been to schools and theatres in  Sabadell, Taradell, Vic, Vilassar de Mar and Vilassar de Dalt, Cornella, Argentona, Premia de Mar, St Andreu de Llavaneres, Badalona, La Llagosta, Lloret de Mar and Barcelona. Thanks to all the students and teachers that have seen and taken part in Round and Round the Garden, Fruity Tots, Stone Soup, A Monkey’s Tale, The Lemon Thieves and Murder at Manor House and remember to check our web for all the great teacher feedback! like us on Facebook and watch our videos on Youtube.
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Today is Pancake Day

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And we celebrated with the students at Escola Ribatallada in Sabadell.

Remember the lemons when you are making them at home.


And don’t forget to flip your pancake!




Five facts about Pancake Day

1. Pancake Day is traditionally known as Shrove Tuesday and is historically a religious occasion relating to the Christian Feast of Easter.

2. In the UK it has become commonly known as Pancake Day due to the tradition of making panckes using ingredients which were often given up for Lent.

3. Shrove Tuesday is also known by other names around the world, including Fat Tuesday and Mardi Gras.

4. It is customary in France to touch the handle of the frying pan and make a wish while the pancake is turned, holding a coin in one hand.

5. The largest pancake ever made and successfully flipped measured 15.01 metres wide, 2.5cm deep and weighed three tonnes. It was made in Rochdale in 1994.

LOOK OUT! November 2013

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Let me tell you what LOOK OUT! have been up to this November. We have been performing our primary shows in Barcelona, Mataró, Hospitalet and Santa Coloma. Below are some photos and some of the feedback from teachers.

Stone Soup

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“The vocabulary was appropriate and I really liked the story and the setting. The actors were very expressive. ” Glória

“The actors did an excellent performance and all the teacher material was very useful.”  Judith

A Monkey’s Tale

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“My students really liked the story and the vocabulary was good.” Gloria

“It was excellent.” Teresa

The Lemon Thieves

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“My students enjoyed the songs, the performance was brilliant, the actors were very expressive and the whole play very original. Excellent!” Angela

We have also started performing our shows for pre-school.

Round and Round the Garden

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“It was a very attractive play, with many visual aids such as puppets to help with vocabulary.” Helena

Fruity Tots

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“The play was nice and funny and the children enjoyed it a lot!” Lídia

“I found the Teacher resources very useful, they relate to the play and help the students understand it” Marta

We also had our first ever performance of SANTA’S PANTS and got some great feedback.

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” The play was funny and the songs and vocabulary were appropriate. I really liked the interaction with the children” Lídia

Now in December we set off on our journey with Santa’s Pants to schools in Barcelona and the surrounding area. We also have some of our pre-school and primary shows sprinkled in for good measure.

Also we have  a special show of SANTA’S PANTS for teachers on Friday 13th December, 2013 at 6pm in Barcelona. Please contact us for more information.

Serena Worsdell
Tel: 615 670 877 or 670 280 821